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Oh and use Dshot if you can, did notice an improvement there.
Tip for the day, update blheki before you do the mod (Mod is pretty simple. Worked first time for me)
Once the mod is done, will MS still work?Also, I have 16.6 on them now. Will they require flashing again to enable D-shot? Or do I just do the mod and enable D-shot in bF?
The only physical part of the mod is to solder one esc signal wire to another pad, it is pretty simple to back out.Not sure if ms will work but pretty confident you will get it working, took me less than 10 mins
Found it depends on the board layout and size of cap as to how awquard it is to convert to dshot, some it on close to 30escs now from different manufacturers, in some it is trivial, on others it is very difficult.Agree the step to blheli_s was more of a marked difference. What a dshot gives is consistency, on som quads it makes a big difference, on other not so much, I assume this is because on some quads the components are generating enough jitter for the signal perceived by the esc to move up and down a lot for a constant throttle. Particularly in high or rapidly changing power draw situations
The resistor is part of the smoothing circuit to get the power correct for the capacitor.When the cap is removed, they are suggesting removing and jumping the resistor (although you don't need to remove, you can just short it for the same effect)with the cap missing the resistor is superfluous but shouldn't effect anything if it is left in place
Looks and sounds pretty damn dialled in mate, good job
And that's with stock PIDs! Looking forward to getting the chance to tune it Just need these days to be a little longer now..Cheers
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